Four Seasons - New York City
But you know what? The Plaza isn’t even the most expensive suite in New York, since it’s cheaper than the $35,000 price tag of the Ty Warner Penthouse at the Four Seasons. But hey, at least you get a personal masseuse with the room, right?
Grand Resort Lagonissi - Athens
Greece is one of those countries everyone talks about wanting to visit, and if everyone could afford the Royal Villa at the Grand Resort Lagonissi, the country’s economy would be a lot better off. That’s because this incredible pad, with an indoor pool and an outdoor pool, clocks in at $45,000 per night.
Ritz-Carlton - Tokyo
When you think of expensive hotel chains, not many rival Ritz-Carlton in terms of opulence. This suite in Tokyo will set you back $20,000 per night, in part because it gives you a view of the city from within Tokyo’s tallest tower.
Four Seasons Hotel des Burgues - Geneva
Back to Geneva, and back to the Four Seasons chain for yet another Royal Suite that looks more like a museum than a place for you to kick back and put your feet on the table while you catch up on some bad late night TV. The suite only has one bedroom, which seems a little scanty considering you’re forking over $13,400 every night you stay there.
Four Seasons Hotel George V - Paris
Yep, we’re heading right back to the Four Seasons, this time in Paris. Paris is notoriously expensive, and the Penthouse Suite at this hotel is no different. For a mere $30,700 you can stay in this three bedroom suite, which is totally worth it since we can only imagine how great the bidets must be.
St. Regis Saddiyat Island Resort - Abu Dhabi
There are certain countries in the Middle East that love to show off opulence and extravagance, and the St. Regis Saddiyat Island Resort in Abu Dhabi is no different. At 22,600 square feet, it’s got four bedrooms and a movie theater, and costs $35,000 per night.
The Palms Casino - Las Vegas (Yes, Again)
A lot of people like to stay in shape while on the road, but having your own basketball court –complete with a locker room and a working scoreboard – seems a little over the top. The Hardwood Suite at the Palms Casino also has a full dance floor, a bar, and a 24-hour butler, and runs you $25,000 per night.